Commentary: In economic fight with major publisher, e-tail giant is sacrificing not only authors, but book buyers too.
In this edition of Ask Maggie CNET's Marguerite Reardon offers her perspective on whether Lenovo will continue Google's strategy for Motorola of offering low-cost, high-quality unlocked smartphones.
The new online bookstore will offer commissioned works based on existing TV series, books, comics, and music.
The Halloween Horror Bundle comes with six DRM-free books -- eight if you pony up at least $9.
Want Donald Trump to post a picture of his hair when he wakes up? You might just get your wish, if a new site that trades amusing celeb stunts for charity dollars takes off.
Wow, look at the big consumer-friendly brain on the DOJ! The Justice Department files an unexpected suit to block the AT&T and T-Mobile acquisition, and we discuss whether we think that will mean the end of it, or whether AT&T will just start buying members of Congress left and right. You decide. Plus, the TouchPad rises once again, we have a winner in the "what does HP now stand for" contest, and it's not Hypothetical Pandas, although it should be.
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At the Media & Money conference, the former Disney exec calls the Writer's Guild of America strike "stupid" and suggests that it's the technology companies, not the studios, who are to blame.
As TV networks post an increasing number of TV shows online, the writers guild is demanding a share in ad revenues.
Giving store credits and refunds seems to have become Apple's tried-and-true method for damage control. The latest example affects buyers of the iPhone 3G S.